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REVIEW: ‘That! Feels Good!’ – Jessie Ware

Jessie Ware – “That! Feels Good!”

A little over three years since she released “What’s Your Pleasure?”, Jessie Ware is back with her brand new album, “That! Feels Good!”. With three tracks having already been aired, there are just seven more to listen to and evaluate on her ten-track fifth studio album, this is what you get for your money and this is what it sounds like:

1. That! Feels Good!

Breathy 70’s Funk slamming odyssey (sounds a bit like “Kiss Of Life“!) ⭐⭐⭐

2. Free Yourself

Stirring, empowering lead single. Blend of 70’s Disco-Funk sounds. Instantly quotable lyrics. ⭐⭐⭐⭐

3. Pearls

More Disco orientated sound, uplifting, overjoyous fantasy. Earworm. Unforgettable. ⭐⭐⭐⭐

4. Hello Love

Sexy, sensual down-tempo Soul-Funk number. Perfect soundtrack for vintage porn movie night. ⭐⭐⭐

5. Begin Again

More 70’s Funk sounds. Could be from a film sountrack…some low budget 007 knock-off. ⭐⭐⭐

6. Beautiful People

Whisper-quiet, fast-moving Disco tune. Oozes passion (sounds a bit like “Kiss Of Life”!!) ⭐⭐⭐

7. Freak Me Now

Late 70’s Disco-Funkbusting tune. Wicked bass beat. Repetitive lyrics stick like glue. ⭐⭐⭐⭐

8. Shake The Bottle

Rapping, minimalistic musical number. Quirky. Odd. (sounds a bit like “Kiss Of Life”!!!) ⭐⭐

9. Lightning

Gorgeous, down-tempo sassy, late night Blues-Soul number. Smell the smoky air. Breath the toxic fumes. ⭐⭐⭐

10. These Lips

70’s Soul-Disco inspired tune. Smooth and swirling like melting chocolate. Pure naughtiness. ⭐⭐⭐

So that’s your lot. If her mate Kylie was able to bring Disco back with “Disco“, then this is the next level up. It’s more advanced than that album and dips its toes in multiple genres, perhaps with tongue-in-cheek, perhaps with meaningful intention, who knows. Jessie done good, whatever. This should be played at every late night social gathering, whether a formal silver service dinner or a selection of individuals of a certain social persuasion, who just want to groove the night away. Peachy.

Jessie Ware That Feels Good album